Do You Hear What I Hear for Cello Solo
Piano Accompaniment, Cello - Early Intermediate
By Third Day. Arranged by Tracey Craig McKibben. Score, Set of Parts. 7 pages. Published by Tracey Craig McKibben (H0.271327-198537).
Item Number: H0.271327-198537
This early intermediate arrangement of the Christmas favorite "Do You Hear What I Hear is great for offertories or Christmas concerts. Arranged with the developing cellist in mind, there are a few position shifts and 8th note patterns to provide interest and challenge. This arrangement is the first in a series of elementary to early intermediate arrangements titled Simple Strings. For more information on current and upcoming arrangements, like my page on Facebook, TLC-Notes Music at www.facebook.com/TLCNotesMusic. 2017 Holiday Contest Entry.
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